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Make
OLYMPUS CORPORATION
Model
E-1
Shutter Speed
1/50 second
Aperture
F/5.5
Focal Length
43 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
May 20, 2007, 3:47:43 PM
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ISO Tutorial by StuMac1985 ISO Tutorial by StuMac1985
Finally its here, my follow up to the Apertures Tutorial

The above images are taken at f/5.5. Inlaid into the images are the ISO and exposure times. As you can see, as the ISO increases the exposure doubles (Except at ISO3200 but that's a quirk of the camera rather than anything else) and noise increases.
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mxgirl199 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
That is so cool!
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Shady-Tradesman Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2008
My camera handles Iso so much worse than your digital one. Dx
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RockstarVanity Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2008   Photographer
This has been featured in my news article Photography Basics - Artistic Nude Style!.

:aww: :heart:
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StuMac1985 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2008
thanks
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aditya73 Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2007
i have never tried changing the ISO settings in daylight.
and at night its too grainy so i stick with max of 200!
i think it will be interesting to use it in daylight settings and get that noise effect.
thanks for the tutorial!
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StuMac1985 Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2007
This is just an example of the grain you will get as obviously it depnends on the sensor.
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RockstarVanity Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2007   Photographer
Hi :)

This is featured in my latest news article, The basics of artistic photography, which you can read HERE.

Thank you for making something so fabulous.

:heart:
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barkecik Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2007  Student Photographer
Nice tutorial - simple and easy to understand for a newbie - great :)
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StuMac1985 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2007
:D
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canphoto Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2007
oohhh....??? wtf?
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StuMac1985 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2007
Its a tutorial on 'film' speed....:confused:
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chronicalli3ed Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2007  Professional Photographer
very handy image. thanks for the ISO help guys
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StuMac1985 Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2007
Glad you like it!
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Dimpled Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2007
how useful! E-1 eh? :w00t: olympus!!!!
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StuMac1985 Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2007
indeed, gotta love the E1 ;) don't believe the exif data for exposure though
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Dimpled Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2007
haha great!
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BeccaCoward Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Why can't you use ASA like normal people... ISO is so... Americanized. x
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StuMac1985 Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2007
ISO is AmericaniZed? Isnt using a Z in 'ized' American? In English-English it's 'ised'. Also ASA stands for AMERICAN Standards Association, so if anything that is the Americanised version. Also as this was produced using a digital camera it is most defintaely ISO as there is no ASA system for digital cameras. ISO for digital and Film are different.

Not that I like to be right or anything :P
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BeccaCoward Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
You hate to be wrong. I hate ISO/ASA/whatever. There should be a standard so idiots like myself don't get confused. x
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StuMac1985 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2007
:D

ISO is the International Standard ;)
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:iconbeccacoward:
BeccaCoward Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Your face is the international standard... ;) x
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StuMac1985 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2007
Yeah and you love it ;)
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